Nearly 200 people faced self-isolation after at least 16 passengers on a Tui flight from Zante to Cardiff Airport tested positive for the virus earlier this week.
Marella Cruises has extended a pause in operations until November 15th at the earliest. The line, the third largest in the UK, said the on-going uncertainty around travel restrictions promoted the decision.
TUI has begun a 100-day countdown to the launch of its newest venture. The launch was initially planned for March this year, but was abandoned as the Covid-19 pandemic hit global travel.
TUI has secured an additional €1.2 billion in stabilisation funding from German state-owned development bank KfW in order to ensure sufficient liquidity for the upcoming winter season.
Ryanair, Virgin Atlantic and TUI are failing to refund passengers in agreed time frames, breaching recent commitments to the regulator, according to new research.
TUI has announced it will close 166 stores across the UK and Ireland. In what will be seen as a major blow to the tourism industry, the travel giant said it had “accelerated” the closures as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
TUI has cancelled all British holidays to mainland Spain until August 9th in response to government decision to reintroduce quarantine procedures.
Marella Cruises has confirmed that, due to the on-going travel restrictions, it is extending its cancellations of all cruises until September 30th.
The new policy allows holidaymakers to make one fee-free change to their booking - including the hotel and destination - regardless of whether they are affected by Covid-19.
People are suffering “serious financial and emotional distress” as they struggle to claim refunds for flights and holidays cancelled due to coronavirus Which? has found.
The company will be taking customers to a total of 24 destinations from August 1st, flying from a total of 12 UK airports, all subject to government guidance.
A TUI decision to cancel all of its chartered flights from Aberdeen for the remainder of the summer has been greeted with shock and disappointment by the Scottish Passenger Agents’ Association.